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BLACK HISTORY MONTH

The Little-Known History of the Underground Railroad to Mexico

And the Afro-Mestizo emancipator who opened the door to Mexico for enslaved people

“Portrait of Vicente Guerrero,” painting by Anacleto Escutia, photo by Eduardo Báez, from the collection in Museo Nacional de Historia, Ciudad de Mexico

There is a passion in my heart for history that began in my junior year of college. An African American studies course opened my eyes to an important fact: In…

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